|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
THE MOUSING EXAMINEE, OGDEN, UTAH. JUNE TUESDAY, 4, 1907 CONVENTION TO MEMORY YoureWise OF CHURCH to keep your ax sharp and keen. You should also be wise and careful in the selection of your wearables. You should trade at a tore where value giving ia the motto and policy We claim to give you more straight, worthy. Mens and Boys Clothes, Hats, Shirts and Shoes than you can buy elsewhere in Ogden. Mens Suits that are durable and stylish for $10.00 Mens Better Suits for f 12.00, to 20.00, HELD Men's Ilats in all the colors, styles and Boys' Fun Ilats, Felt nats, Straw or i the $5.00 Stetsons. Canvas, 25c to $1.50 qua! tit's, $1.00 to A great variety of Underwear, Shirts and Shoes. We will give you more value for vour money than uny other store in Ogden. THE TOGGERY Ave. 2449 Washington solo by George Rain. Tbe aiieakers were President Middleton, Elder E. Tlllllson, Thoinaa Gibbons, and A. McFarland. Interment took place in the Hooper eemetery. WANTED, boy, at the Reed Hotel, INDUSTRIAL ale-val- Tbe congealed condition of the deROOMS pot yarde is pretty well relieved. In ....NS, it two Independent Phut, or three more days the rush will No. M B,U Phone, two ringo be over. The overflow of freight trafBUSINESS OFFICE No. ES fic the peat few days la unprecedented Indopondont Phono No, 66 In Ogdens railroad history. oil Phono, ono ring An error occurred In the page ed. of Boyle Furniture Co, of yeeterdey morning In the beading wherein It mated that one car of rbnlra, one of tablet and two of mixed furniture had been unloaded during the year. It should have read during the week. All of this furniture has been placed on NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS In Bak- safe at reduced during tbe Itig ing complaints regarding the delivery Removal Bale. prices of the Eumlnor do aa direct to circulation department, and not to carWill Paine le home, after spending rion. Any' anbacrlbor tailing to receive the Examiner will confer n favor tbe year aa a student in tbe Dental by calling No. M either phono before College at Philadelphia. tho meeting of the board of counLAMAR NELSON, (Signed) ty commlsalonera, held yesterday afCirculator. s ternoon, it was decided not to allow tax remittances after the 24th of any The rolatlro merit standing of tho this month. The public should bear nldahipmen who will graduate from this lu mind, especially widow and Intho naval academy on Thursday bna digent persona been decided by float examinations. Thors are 71 hi tbe class, Reuben The teachers of the city schools held 8alt Lake City, graduates so a meeting yesterday afternoon at the No. 26. The object of High school building. tbe meeting waa to take steps looking If yonr an going to move are Mnlan Into the matter of a raise In aalartee. transfer vani. Leave orders tor ooaL ItisPPesrs that where the teachers exBL Slades' Phones. pected a raise of 5 or $10 , a raise of tin Twenty-fiftonly 2.60 was voted by the board. A A number of young boodluma committee, with O. J. Btllwcll, as toned a Rio Grande train la Balt chairman, was appointed to wait upon Lake aa It waa returning from Ogden, the board of rducatalon to ascertain at about 7:30 o'clock Sunday, break- why tbe proposed raise was not forthing tha windows In tho rear coach coming. and narrowly missing tbe heads of A marriage license was Issued yesseveral occupants of tho car. The train bad an excursion party from terday afternoon to Phil 8. O' Mara, aged II, and Verna Haletrom, aged 17, Ogden, and on reaching tho Intersection of Fourth North and Fifth West both of Ogden. streets the shower of atones struck the train. At h Boa Malaa Transfer Co. for itoraga of all kinds. Our specialty la moving pianos, furniture and office fixtures. ' RESOLUTIONS PRESENTED DISTRICT COURT. IN All the new styles In DUCK HATS Bar Association and Committee From Court Pay Tributa to Departed Barrister. Ogden In the District Ocurt of the Second The opening session of the Church y School convention at Balt Lake Judicial District, yesterday afternoon, Vas fairly well attended. The the following waa spread upon the opening prayer was offered by Elder mlnutea: David O. McKay, after which PresiDistrict attorney said: dent Smith made a abort address of welcome. Responses were made by "Upon .behalf of the committee and Guy C. Wilson and Ezra C. Dalhy, of the Bar association, I beg leave principals of the Juarex Stake academy, to submit t the following: Mexico, and the Kicks academy, Idaho, "The Hon. Janies A. Miner, late respectively. chief Justice of the supreme court of Horace It. Cummings, superintenthis elate, end formerly, during terrident of rhurrh school, Mated the pur- torial days, presiding judge of the preto pose of the convention to be, first, decessors erf thle oourt, having decreate a deeper enthusiast!? in the parted this life on the 22nd day of work, and to get a clearer Insight May last, and th members of the bar into the problems confronting teacher and officer of this court entertaining in the church mhoois; second, to be- the highest veneration of hia memcome acquainted with each other, ory, the most profound respect for his and, third, to make the theological abilities and learning aa a Judge, and work uniform and to adopt the beat rherishlug the most lively and aftext books for class work In nil tho fectionate recollections of hie many achnola. virtues, public and private, and his The afternoon session waa made up uniformly amiable and unostentatious rooms In different sections of meeting deportment la his public and private for the purpose of discussing outlines relations, have resolved: commiwhich had been prepared by "That In the death of Judge Miner, ttee. The subjects considered were the bar and the state have lost a usethe Book of Mormon. New Testa- ful member and patriotic and good ment, old Testament and Church His- cltlxen, tory. "And that we adopt the tribute to The roll call of the schools showed hia memory contained In the Salt In attendance: number the following Lake Tribune, of May 23, 1907, which Y. College. la as follows: B. T. University, 33; " The sudden death of Judge James Logan, 12; I D. B. University, 8alt lake. 22; tiuow Academy, 6; Weber A. Miner la a shock to this comStale Academy. 7; Heaver Branch B. munity. The Jndg appeared to be Y. U.. 6; Summit Stake Academy, 3; In hit usual health, bright, alert, and Oneida Rick 5; Academy, Idaho, vigorous. No one seeing him would Aca1 ; Oakley Stake Academy, Idaho, have thought of death aa near him. demy, 1; Fielding Academy. 8; Bt. But death was in the shadow, and John's Stake Academy, 0; Thaieher the Judge was, even aa he walked the Stake Academy, Arizona, 0; Snow- street, within that shadow, all unArisons, 0; knowing, and unknown to hia friends. flake Stake Academy, Mexico, 7; Juarex Blake Academy, "Judge Miner hae htfd a distinEmery Stake Academy, 2; Uintah, 0, guished career on the bench In Utah. ColoBlake Academy, and Ban Luis Ae Judge under the Territorial regime rado, 0. of the Ogden district he made his rewas Tbe Weber Stake academy Impress upon the publie mind; aa a sponsible for the singing at yester- member ot the Territorial Supreme "Good-BySweet session. day's court he emphasised that Impression, Day, aang by Mias Myrtle Ballinger, and when the Btate Constitution and Maud Mice to Bleep," by Bing Me the first complement of state officers Belnap, and Count Your Many Bleswere submitted to tha people, he waa and sing, sang by Misses Bellinger one of three chosen Juriets to occupy convenBelnap, were features of the the Btate Supreme bench. His health tion, which were thoroughly enjoyed. did not admit his at the time of the expiration of hia term of alx yean, and he then retired from ILK'S PUtPlElAY office, by his own choice. " Since then Judge Miner hae been Ball Gams Will Ba a Feature, of tha one of the foremost private citlxene Day, of this state. He waa known to a wide circle of acquaintances, who were The Elks have promised a aeries of admirers of hia; he waa in high esd events for their Purple Day at teem wherever known. His Park which should make it tha leaves vacant a apace in thedeparture ranks of greatest day' In tbe history of Ogden. the state builden, and hia name will r ball of Their aggregation forever he associated with the admistoesere which last year carried off the sion of Utah to the Union. penant for all the intermountain ro God rest his soul, and may he lion, may be seen any evening at the comfort the hearts of hie suddenly into and getting park reducing weight bereaved wife and family. condition. Aa this team Includes "And that the court be requested to Eddie Tom Fitzgerald, Judge Horn, these resolutions on ita minspread A. Grant, utes and direct the clerk to forward Miller, Charlie Klrcher, R. 8. H. Brown. George Cunningham, a certified copy to the family of Judge Frank J. Cannon and Hugh Dyer, Miner. but they they will have to go. some, "JAMES N. KIMBALL, e form claim they will be is President Bar Association. have We the of game. bn the day "H. H. ROLAPP, Balt of the not secured the personnel "W. I MAG1NNI8. lake team, but understand It will JOHN G. WILLIS, Parcontain Jim Leary, Tom Homer, "GEORGE HALVERSON, ley Chrlsteneen, Lester Freed and Committee. John Critchlow. The events of thle great celebration "I suffered habitually from conatL will he noticed from day to day as potion. Doan's Regulets relieved and secures and them the committee ropes strengthened the bowels, so that thev contracts. A. E. have been regular ever since. Davie, grocer. Sulphur Springs, Tex. EXERCISES ATJCEAF SCHOOL FUNERAL CFJAS. FAULKNER Judge Rolapp Delivers Address to Graduates. The funeral services over the remain of James Faulkner were held The commencement exercises of the yesterday at 2 p. m. In the Third ward School for the Deaf were held Met meeting house. Bishops Counsellor evening at tbe homa of the acnool. Gilbert Torgenaon presiding. The avery singing was furnished by a mixed Judge H. H. Rolapp delivered instructive address to the graduates, quartette that aang Home, Sweet emphasising commencement and ita Home Earl Johnson, who sang Flee applications to the three stages of life as a Bird," and Miss Martha Heir-wecourtship, marriage ami death. The rendering Oh, My Father." The music of the school land and orches- speaker were President Middleton, the was feature of a tra pleasing Patriarch Larkin, Bishop Robert were the efforts exercises, especially Elders Joseph Parry and of the orchestra received with expres- Torgenaon. All eulogized the life and sions of commendation. Two short good deeds of the deceased. The ataddressee were made by deaf students, tendance wee large, and many acwho had acquired the art of speaking companied the remains to the Ogden while at tbe school. City eemetery, where the interment A very creditable display of (pecttook plare. Elder E. A. Larkin dediamt in enta from the domestic arts the grave. manna training departments, such as cating fancy needle work, cabinets and shoes, etc., was rm exhibition. PRISONERS JHBAYHES CSE Also New Sailors in White and Black. SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEE! HOLD SHORT SESSION. A Friction With State Board of Examin-er- s Many Inmates Ordered Paroled. The board of trustee of ihe Industrial school held their meeting last A difference of opinion exevening. ists between the stato board of exam- iners and the board of trustee aa to the distribution of different accounts. The latter contend that the accuunts shall go ' to the maintenance fund, while the former maintain tfaev ahould be diverted to the repair and improvo-nien- t fund. Should the state tmard of examiners win their point, the echoed will he ahort a considerable fund each fiscal year. In order to adjust tho difference It may be necessary to enter Iniq a friendly suit to test the law passed by the last legislature relative to the matter. Tbe board decided to change their time of meeting from the aerond Thursday to the first Monday of each month. Thla will penult the board to pam upon the pay roll, thus enabling the employes to receive their wages early In tbe month., Inmates Ordered Paroled. The following Inmalee were allowed tn go on parole: Frank Duel, Arthur Fugelberg, John Pettit, Arthur Stowe, Irene Wrey and IJxzle Moser. The boys who have been working on the new water line have almost completed the work. DAMACEJUITS FILED Union Pacific and Union Depot Company Made Defendants. ROSE COGHLAN Rarely "MR8. WARREN." if ever will be seen on any Inrerentlng play than Suit haa been commenced by Lee Richards, administrator for the estate f A. E. Richards, deceased, against the Vnion Pacific Railroad company for IS'i.noo. the lose of the latter's 24, '1907. life, February Attorneys Maglnnis 4fc Corn and James Dcvino filed the complaint last night. Richards wee employed cut of Green River aa conductor on a passenger train. At night on February 24. he stopped his train at the depot and walked over to the dlspatchpr's office. As he wee returning a switch engine struck him, and Injured him so badly that he died Immediately, ltls alleged by .the plaintiff that the railroad company was negligent In that It did not have the engine equipped with brake, and that the crew of the locomotive was running It at an excessive tale of tbe graduate, last evening. It waa stage a more well attended and waa socially auo Mr. Warren's Profession," or a better company than the one which will cewful. present It, headed by Miss Rose Have your Panamas, Straw end Palt Coghlsn, at the Grand on Thursday Hati cleaned and blocked. Phona Ind. night. Had Shaw written no other he would 447, Globe Cleaning Co, 183 26th. have become famous aa a play wright. It li useless to epitomise or to dissect The teachers of the city schools will the Bhaw play, because it Is a compass examinations In the following pact, continuous story in which every subjects : Thursday forenoon, arith part depends upon every other part, metic and orthography; Thursday af- sufflre It to way that the story Is abternoon. physiology and pedagogy; sorbingly Interesting, and Is told Friday forenoon, grammar and pen- without waste of words or unneceas-ermanship: Friday afternoon, yengnphv clrrumlocutlon. and reading; Saturday forenoon, I. Miss Coghlan as Mrs. Warren" is 8. history and drawing: Saturday afclever as also is Miss Laternoon, nature study. The examina- dle Stanford as Vlvle." tion mill be conducted in tbe High The play has probably roc pi red more school building. discussion than any other offering on speed. the American stage, and is now drawThe complaint In the case of W. M. ITANTED Chambermaid. Applv at ing capacity audiences et the ManWolff vn. the Union Paid lie company once. Reed Hotel. hattan Theater In New York. Vise aud the Ogden Ininn Depot comCoghlan and her company have rnme pany has alxo been filed by the above Funeral aervlres over the remains direct from New York playing the large mentioned firm. Wolff Is tting fir of Peter 8.' Lowe were held yester- cities only. At the Grand Thursday. 3,imh) for the los of hi legs, Ihe 9 day morning, at 10: Ho o'clock. In tbe Seat sale'thla morning at o'clock. result of an accident which happened First Ward meeting bouse. tit the depot. As he waa Bishop to Ehnrign presiding. The singing wee WANTS BANKRUPTCY CASE DIS- Ids Iraiu he wuh run Into walking b) a numMISSED. furnished by tbe ward choir, and a ber o( ear that cut. off hia limbs. Action Against Coke Company. H. Leavenworth, Kansas. June H. Tucker, Jr.. ecretary of the Undo Antonio Uulalnnl. by his guardian ad Persons will never know what Sam Oil company, filed a motion in the liieiu. Thonm Kitchle. filed a damage district court here this afternoon ask- suit last lit the Second disdelicious breakfast food is until ing for the dismissal of bankruptcy trict courtevening against the Central Coal proceeding and the discharge if the le Cuke of Sweetwater counthe could have company receiver, eaten saying they ty, Warning, to recover $10,4"0 dampay all outstanding debts. If the motion la overruled. Tucker said he age. The allegations are that on June 2. would file a motion to hate the case continued till next fall, so he ran se- of this year, he wa employed as a cure affidavits showing that the com- miner by the defendant companv. A pany le In a substantial condition, as ear in which he was riding while in the mine. Jumped the tiark and he he claims. WHEAT FLAKE CELERY wa thrown under the wheel, shatLAW UNCONSTItering his leg. He allege rareless-tips- s on the part f the company. Geo. TUTIONAL. Halverson I aitorney fur the plain-tifTrnn.. June 3. Judge Memphis, Palmer, of the criminal court, held the new anti-racJOHN MITCHELL BETTER. the ideal food for all classes, the today in a test case that track, gambling law is unconstl-tutlonabecause the caption contains result of years of investigation. Spring Valley. June 3. John Mitchmore than one subject. The men ell. r (he robed Mine horse men are Jubilant, anticipating Workerpriiieni of America, after five weeks In Nashville and Memphis next in a h isplta following an operation, raring fall, as the case PHn mu roach ihc yesterday walked to hi homo. He For sals by all Grocers i supreme court fur several niumli. rtuiwcil no signs ol a reiape. fr I y i m PEHCES f. e l, A big assortment of Childrens Trimmed Hats, and all the new styles in Ladies Dress Hats. OUR MOTTO t High Quality and Low Prices ft GRIXS 358 25th St. a MEETING AT EDITORIAL The alumni of tho High school met In n social dancing party, at the Con press Dancing academy. In honor of YES- yes-terJa- fully Sab. CITY Large Attendance of Prominent Educators Mexican Schools Wall Represented. guaranteed. Boys Suits from $1.00 to $5.00. EAMINER TELEPHONES IN SALT LAKE TERDAY. Special New JUDGE MINER SCHOOLS Enough $14.00, $15,00 OF C L O THE S bought of us means Clothes Cat to Measure, Mads to to Order and Guaranteed Our Fit.' sewn right into the garments. We reputation Ig please pnrtirular people, and rourt comparison. Glen-woo- all-sta- H. J. Toller Mgr. A 345 Street Twenty-fourt- h old-tim- ll Captain J. B. Burbidge of the Salt Lake police department, who went to The following changes In the time Denver a week ego last Saturday card of the Southern 1001110 railway night, to bring back three men there on the charge of comare tu gu Into effect on June 9th: Train No. 2 win arrive from the plicity In the Dnynee Jewelry robwert at 1:30 p. m., instead of 2:30 bery, is expected to return Wednesday. Captain Burbidge will, in all p. m. Train No. 4 will arrive at 5:10 p. probability, bring back with him three men accused of receiving stolen propm.. Instead of 3:5' p. ni. Train No. fi will arrive at 6:20 a. erty. Fred Redmond, who accompanied ni.. Instead of 7:2n a. m. Train No. 10 will arrive at 7:10 a. Captain Burbidge to the Colorado metropolis. returned, and stated that the m. as usual. Train Xu. 1 will i ave Ogden for the capraln would not be back until Wednesday. Requisition papers reached west at 3:10 p. ni. as usual. Train Xu. 3 will leave Ogden for Captain Burbidge yesterday and It was understood that he would start back tile west at 4:3d a. ni. aw usual. with the prisoners Just as soon as the No. o Train will leave Ogden for him. went the ai 2:43 p. m Instead of paper reached 11:35 a. m.. aud No. 9 at 12:65 p. m.. insiead f 1:23 p. m. This change in BUT ONE APPLICATION Inif raid is the of a change f time card that will effect the enE. Eggerteen of Provo ia Becker tire wjMieni. After Annapelie Appointment. Your Expectations Will Be Realized IF YOU BUY RACYCLE A. BICYCLE Also we want your KODAK business. Full line of EASTMAN & PREMO KODAKS and all supplies for the amateur. Spring is here and you will want your bicycle put in order. Our repair department haa been enlarged and prices are right T. S. HUTCHISON 306 TWENTY-FIFT- STREET. H TIME TABLE CHANCES WILL NOT ALLOW THE RECORD! That appointments to the Naval at Annapolis go begging in Hilrago. June 3. Officials of the Utah wa demonstrated yesterday Amateur Aililetlc union have refused when the examinations of applicants to allow the made for an appointment to be made by if : 1 S Saturday In the Intercollegiate games Senator Smoot were scheduled to beby Fred Smithson on Notre Dame. In gin In tho office of 8tate Superintenthe high hurdles to stand. dent of Schools Nelson. The medical The reason for the action taken by the examiner was present at 9 o'clock, officers of the organisation is the the hour act fur the physical exforty mil gale, which made the fast aminations. but not one applicant time easy. was there for examination. About an Secretary Dean ways that one of hour after he left one young man apthe hurdle was down, and that the peared on the srene prepared to take record due not stand under this the examination. He la Bernard E. Eager: en of Frsvtk acadi-m- The Springfield Fire & Marine Ins. Co. of Springfield, Mass. ASSETT8, $6,936,261.05. CAPITAL, $2,000,000.00. SURPLUS, $3,171,124.59. , Losses paid since 1849 $39,478.S34.G6 ' Among which are included: .... Trov. N. T.. 1863 Portland, Me.. 1866 .. Chicago, 1871 Boston. 1873 Haverhill, Maes., 1882.. Lynn, Mass., 1889 Jackeonvillc, Fla., 1901 Paterson, N. J., 1902 . . ........ Baltimore, 1904 Rochester, N. Y., 1904. . Toronto, Can., 1904 . . Ban Fra del sea, 1906 a aa a a a a a aa a sa sitMiaam tail aaa aaa aaaaa ai aaa aaa ssiMisaan aaa aaaaaaaeaaaeea (ai lesssaatiat aaeaea aaaaa aaa aaa a a aaaaa 64,467.00 5,869.00 627.120.00 259.294.00 61.141.00 64.598.00 75.262.00 69.119.00 440,000.00 24,000.00 18.480.00 .1,613,979.89 120-yar- d J. M. Forestall, Agt. Phones RoM. G. Agee, Mgr.